Cornerstone Society member Geneviève Frempong Boye is an explorer at heart. The daughter of parents
who emigrated from West Africa, she developed an early appreciation for new cultures and places.
In the past two years alone, she’s been to Ghana, London, and Singapore. Geneviève recently decided
she wanted to give back to her alma mater and designated the University as a beneficiary of a portion
of her 401(k). Now, no matter how far she travels, her legacy will live on in Charlottesville.
George "Tony" Mozingo arrived at UVA expecting to find a university. Instead, he found a home. Now, the science enthusiast and former geology major is giving back. He and his wife, Donna, both Cornerstone Society members, recently established a charitable gift annuity, supporting the University and providing them with guaranteed fixed income for life. The George Lee Mozingo Endowment Fund will provide scholarships to students in the Department of Physics.
Simmons is thrilled to serve on the Virginia Athletics Foundation’s Board of Trustees. She is also a member of the University’s three central giving societies: the Lawn, Cornerstone, and Rotunda Societies. In addition, she is actively engaged on international ministry boards.